Posts by Elyssa Daniel:

Deli, Good Food, Parm Project

Celebrate the PARMAdays with a chance to win!

Happy PARMAdays! Now through December 30th, we’re giving you the chance to win a number of Parmigiano Reggiano prize packs to gift to friends or to treat yourself this holiday season! We’re giving away over $2,000 in prizes! Fill out our online contest form to enter! Want to learn more about our exclusive Parm Project? […]

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Bread, Coffee, Cooking, ZCoBbers

French Toasty Memories

My earliest memory is of French Toast. Given that it’s my first, and a happy one, it’s one that I’ve polished, studied, and restored, time and time again. I distinctly remember waking up to the sound of my mom’s quick steps on the sidewalk, leaving at dawn for her waitressing job at a now non-existent […]

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No Tricks, JUST TREATS – A Birthday Celebration and Halloween Party All In One!

Save the date, because you’re invited! Just Treats! Saturday, October 27th, 2018, 11am to 6pm Hosted by Zingerman’s Candy Manufactory 3723 Plaza Dr., Suite 3, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Costumes are encouraged! Keep reading and you’ll see why! Zingerman’s Candy Company will be hosting they’re Just Treats event and giving away free Milk Chocolately Karamel […]

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Agriculture, Bakehouse, Baking, Bread

Some Granular Facts About Grain

This article comes to us from Amy Emberling, Managing Partner of Zingerman’s Bakehouse and leader of the Bakehouse’s new initiative, the Grain Commission, dedicated to sharing information about grains from stories about local farmers to milling information, to how to use them in baking and cooking. Installment #1 from the Bakehouse Grain Commission Grains have been […]

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Deli, Featured

The Newest Dance Craze Sweeping Ann Arbor – The Deli Dinners A Go Go!

We’ve been cooking up something really special over at the Deli… Introducing: Deli Dinners A Go Go! A chance to upgrade your dinner dance moves with Zingerman’s one night a week this fall! Andrew Wilhelme, Zingerman’s Deli’s Sous Chef, had an “a-ha” moment when thinking about how awesome it would be to give our customers […]

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Cooking, Recipes

Save the Season with a Little Help from Miss Kim’s Pickling Recipes!

The nip in the air is bracing. The leaves are turning red, orange, purple and gold. And as lovely as it all is, it also marks the end of summer and the impending close of the Ann Arbor Farmers Market for the season. Here in the Miss Kim kitchen, this change in the weather means […]

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